From your CV a person needs to quickly see:
- Your ambition
- Your most recent experience
- Your core medical and higher medical qualifications
- The route you would anticipate securing employment in the UK with.
So a first page summary of this information, followed by full detail is what we recommend.
A good quality photograph is always appreciated.
The person reviewing your CV may not be familiar with the places you have worked and trained, so you need to talk a little about the history and reputation of where you worked, and the staff structure of your place of work (this can be included as an appendix).
Roles can vary tremendously between countries so perhaps provide a work load description and what a typical week involves for you.
Testimonials are useful, but you must provide references from your most recent employment.